NVIDIA announced the Tegra Note platform recently, which would allow third party manufacturers to use the design and hardware to market the tablet under any brand name. The most recent of these tablets came from Gigabyte and little known manufacturer EVGA. NVIDIA now is rolling out a software update to all these tablets, just like Google would to its Google Play Edition and Nexus devices. This was one of the highlights of these Tegra Note devices as NVIDIA holds control of all future software updates, so the manufacturers don’t have to break a sweat as far as updates are concerned.
The update list includes Tegra Note devices from ADVENT, EVGA, Gigabyte, ZOTAC, Shezhen Homecare Technology and XOLO, so if you own a Tegra Note tablet bought from either of these manufacturers, make sure you’re on the lookout for an update.
Speaking more about the update, this will formally introduce Android 4.3 along with several other NVIDIA specific features. Users will now be able to move apps on the internal storage onto a microSD card slot, which is a neat addition as well. Another feature which makes its way with the update is AOHDR or Always-on HDR camera which will output exceptional images from the camera, although nothing out of the ordinary. The update also brings improvements to the stylus that is supplied with the tablet. So this isn’t just another update which people will forget in a couple of days, as it is pretty significant. It’s commendable that NVIDIA has finally lived up to its promise of supporting Tegra Notes with the latest updates. We hope NVIDIA continues this run and provides all major updates in the future, including Android 4.4.
Via: Android Police